Slight cut at the beginnning of Alabama Getaway
1.25 second cut in He's Gone @ 7:27 probably corresponds to
a slightly longer (5 second?) tape flip.
Around & Around cut at 1:03
There was a 30-second gap on the source CD at 4:38 in
Minglewood, to 5:08. In preparing this version the silent gap
was removed. It is likely that this corresponds to a 30 second
dropout on the Master Reel.
There is already a version of this show circulating
as SB>MC>C>DAT>CD. It was posted to abgd around 12/24/01.
This version is a definite upgrade, although it's easier to see
in terms of frequency analysis, than audibly. It's worth noting
that all the cuts are identical to the 2 versions - ie the 30
seconds in Minglewood, the Easy To Love You and Alabama Getaway
cuts at the start of those tracks, the cut in He's Gone and the
premature ending to A&A. In Cool Edit I could see the frequencies
drop off on the 12/24/01 version around 16kHz-ish. Here they are
flat all the up to 22kHz.
One may infer from this that they share a common source, and that
the cuts are either inherent to the Master Reel or Dick's cassette.
(The 12/24/01 abgd version might therefore be MR>Dick's cass>C>
Editing was restricted to:
(1). Removing the 30-second silent section from Minglewood
(2). Tidying the overlap between the end of disc #2 and the
start of disc #3. On the source discs, there was a tiny bit
too much overlap. On the finalised new version, a tiny section
was trimmed from the start of d3t01. d2t08 is a fade-out of the
first 26 seconds of Space (d3t01). Rejoining Drums>Space
*seamlessly* is simply a matter of omitting d2t08.
20th Feb 2002